Troll is a quintessential 80s Fantasy Horror offering made during the height of Full Moon's success. It is entirely free from constraint, and dares to be silly, stupid, and cheesy. Horror fans will be surprised to see early cameos of Sonny Bono and Julia Louise-Dreyfus turned into furry woodland creatures as an insidious troll begins transforming an apartment building and each of its tenants into a magical forest. It is up to the young Harry Potter (??) to team up with a friendly witch to save his sister and the world! The costumes and creatures range from cute to horribly misshapen and unconvincing rubber puppets, but regardless there are plenty of funny and unique beasties. The monsters also perform one of the most memorable music numbers in the genre, which has to be seen to believe. There are several genuinely hilarious moments to be found in the campy over the top acting, maintaining the light and innocent mood. The special FX are actually quite good for such a low budget film, with intricate stop-motion work and transformation sequences. Any B-Movie fans will have a blast with this one, what it lacks in scares it more than makes up for in entertainment!